I had so much trouble getting this to work on Facebook. Fortunately, someone suggested that I upload to YouTube and go from there. I’ve never done anything with YouTube, but it was a much appreciated suggestion. I don’t remember for sure who told me, maybe Jim?
The Murph is getting weaker in the back end. He used to fly through the house from the bow window in the living room to the bedroom window howling wildly at whoever walked by the house.Leaping from floor to window, from floor to bed and running back and forth. I am not sure whether it is the advancing cancer or just plain old age that is slowing him down, but slow he has become…confused too.
But he still enjoys his meals and as much attention as we can give him, which is a lot. He doesn’t wag as much but we can see he is happy by looking in his eyes…especially as the food bowl is placed in front of him. 🙂
So I have made him steps to get onto the bed and the sofa. He didn’t like the idea at first, but has got used to it.
We don’t know how much longer he will be with us. But we’ve already had many more months than the prognosis predicted and are loving every extra day that he remains. We’ll miss him terribly when the time comes. I can’t imagine making the decision but know that I will when necessary.